Canadian Museums run the gamut from the grand to the tongue-in-cheek. Regardless, whichever of these you visit, you’ll discover insights into what makes Canada and Canadians tick. Although a few I’ve selected are not “museums” per se, they are either National Historic Sites or UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Starting from Canada’s Easternmost province of Newfoundland and Labrador to the westernmost British Columbia, here are some museums to put on your list.
1- Prime Berth Twillingate Fishery & Heritage Centre
Twillingate (Iceberg Capital of the World), Newfoundland and Labrador
“Off the beaten path from everywhere” is what many call Newfoundland and Labrador, as this province is remote, yet so worthwhile to visit.
At Prime Berth in Twillingate, you’ll get an insider’s peek into the historic yet nowadays, vastly changed fishing industry.